A group of 50 leading illustrators and designers have contributed T-shirt designs to 50/50, a collaborative project between merchandise makers Everpress and charity Trekstock. Featuring illustrations by Studio Moross, Supermundane, Hey Studio, Karan Singh, Kyle Platts, Alec Doherty, Sam Taylor and Josh McKenna, the project gave each designer a blank canvas.
Also included in the range are designs by Trevor Jackson, John Slade, Testpressing, Marcus Oakley, Saskia Pomeroy, Daniel David Freeman, Cachete Jack, Jim Stoten, H.Y.T Studio and Le Gun. The designs are eclectic as the artists’ styles, ranging from the bold graphics of Studio Moross’ rainbow-coloured geometric shapes, to simple typography and illustrated characters, such as Sam Taylor’s crazy mass of creatures.
The T-shirts are on sale for £20 each over a four-week campaign on the Everpress website, with 50% of proceeds going to Trekstock. The charity provides social and practical support for young adults in their 20s and 30s with cancer.
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